The Canadiens, with third period goals from Brendan Gallagher and a pair from David Desharnais, erase a 2-1 Jets lead, win the game 4-2, and secure the all-important home ice advantage in the opening round of the playoffs, which apparently starts on Tuesday.
This, along with Rene Bourque scoring in the first, is what I know. It’s all I know.
Because I didn’t see the game.
There’s a reason I didn’t see it, but I can’t discuss it at this time. It’s a secret. A big, honkin, exciting, mind-blowing secret, that I’ll probably tell you about in a few weeks. Then you might forgive me for missing one game in this season.
Toronto on Saturday. Now that the boys have the winning spirit, I expect a trouncing of the Meat Loafs. How great it would be to kick off the playoffs on a two-game winning streak.
Gotta go. The internet where I am is slower than Hal Gill. And might disappear soon before my very eyes.
Please fill me in on what went down on this Thursday night in Manitoba. I’d very much appreciate it.